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Beggars can’t be choosers. And as the wisest in the animal kingdom, elephants know this.So when a group of parched elephants in Kruger National Park,... Read More

Former President Barack Obama is about to travel to Africa for the first time since he left office in 2017. With his upcoming trip, the former president... Read More

The remains of at least two, perhaps three, poachers were found on Tuesday at the Sibuya Game Reserve in South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province, alongside... Read More

The cage, Cassie Weinberg tells us, is optional.It’s a sunny morning on the southern coast of South Africa, and we’re bobbing on indigo waves a few... Read More

Who among us hasn’t believed that their face would look fantastic on the side of a plane?A South African airline will plaster the faces of six winners... Read More

Travelers on safari in South Africa are about to have another luxurious place to retreat.The intimate andBeyond Phinda Vlei Lodge, located in South... Read More

If fireflies were aquatic, they’d probably be something like bioluminescent plankton.In bays around the world, water will sometimes glow up with a... Read More

Lupita Nyong'o had one seriously memorable weekend. Not only did the actress’s new film, "Black Panther," break all kinds of... Read More

The word safari tends to evoke images of expansive savanna landscapes; roaming giraffes, lions, and zebras; and minibuses, trucks, and all-terrain... Read More

A suspected poacher was mauled to death by a pack of lions he was hunting in a private game park outside of Kruger National Park, in South Africa.Police... Read More

Hotels have not been immune to the pressures of drought in Cape Town, as the city counts down to the day when it will be forced to turn off its public... Read More

Richard Branson never has a problem getting reservations at some of the world’s most exclusive hotels — not because he’s lucky, but rather because he... Read More

For the first time, a major city may run out of water this year.South Africa’s city of Cape Town has been grappling with water shortages that... Read More

Turkey dinners (and their leftovers) are officially done, meaning the season has finally begun. But we’re not talking about Christmas and Hanukkah and... Read More

While on safari, “the big five” generally doesn’t refer to the carat count of diamonds. But for Miles Teller and his new fiancée, Keleigh Sperry, a... Read More

Cape Town's latest addition to the art landscape celebrates the African continent's often under-represented contemporary scene.The Zeitz Museum of... Read More

Around the world, retirement is often considered a time to slow down. Stereotypically, retirees take up low-key activities like golfing, knitting, and... Read More

A family is currently in search of a live-in nanny to take care of their four children — while getting to spend time in locations that include London,... Read More

With the Powerball’s jackpot growing to a near record-breaking high, some lottery players might already be thinking of what to do if they win. Anyone... Read More

Now, it’s easier than ever to discover how much South Africa's rich wine country has to offer.The Winelands tourism board has launched an online portal... Read More

This story originally appeared on brands have their fans—and then they have their superfans. Apple has legions of fanboys (and fangirls... Read More

For the 16th time in World’s Best Awards history, Cape Town has been voted the No. 1 city in this region by discerning Travel + Leisure... Read More

The South Africa edition of the Essence Festival Durban will take place this fall from Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 2017, following a successful inaugural festival... Read More

Solo travel is becoming an increasingly popular choice for travelers, according to data from Airbnb.The home booking site revealed that the... Read More

Countries around the world can vary greatly when it comes to their tipping practices.While most Western nations expect you to tip, tipping may not be... Read More

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